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The petition, called "I am priceless", is set to be debated in the Dutch parliament this week with potentially huge consequences for the industry in Amsterdam. More than 40, people have called for a prostitution ban in the Netherlands - despite significant objection from sex workers in the country. For almost two decades, prostitution in the Netherlands has been legal and as a result, the capital Amsterdam has become a hub of international sex tourism.
Known for its famous red light district, the city has around employed prostitutes working every day. But the law could change after a social media-led campaign, called "I am priceless", hit more than 42, signatures this week. According to Sex Work Europe , decriminalising prostitution significantly helped in regulating the sex industry under administrative and labour law and the treatment of sex work as labour.
It meant anyone who organised the prostitution of an adult woman or man wouldn't be breaking any laws, provided it was done with the consent of the prostitute. Activists argue that the country's laws around the sex industry are outdated and exploitative and believe it should adopt the Nordic model, followed by Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Northern Ireland and France.
In these countries, the buying and selling of sex is illegal and if caught, you risk getting penalised, whereas in the Netherlands, it is legal - providing it is between "consenting adults". She also added that a lot of girls are growing up in the country thinking prostitution is an easy way of making money when they should be encouraged to look at other options.
As part of the campaign, the group have been sharing photos on Instagram of supporters holding boards with the message "Ik ben onbetaalbaar" I'm priceless along with "what if it was your sister? Not all are happy with the petition, especially sex workers who will be directly affected by this petition should change happen.